Tag Archive: India

Purchasing power parity measures: advantages and limitations

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Discussion and analysis on international comparison using Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) have been somewhat neglected in recent years. With recent shifts in economic growth and constantly changing poverty dynamics, as well as forthcoming… Continue reading

Ecology: the best articles in the last 24 hours

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Ecology seeks public comments on plan to clean up Olympia City Hall site Access Washington OLYMPIA – The Department of Ecology (Ecology) is seeking comments on a proposed plan to clean up the… Continue reading

Governance:the best articles in the last 24 hours

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Bad governance has ruined India’s competitive edge Firstpost There’s a predictable familiarity about India’s performance in this year’s Global Competitiveness Report from the World Economic Forum: India has once again slid down three… Continue reading

International Resource Politics: New Challenges Demanding New Governance Approaches for a Green Economy

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Natural resources are back on the agenda. After the rise of new economic powers such as China, India, and Brazil, global competition has perceptibly increased strategic concerns as regards high commodity prices and… Continue reading

भूख अब वर्षांत

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व्यापार और अर्थव्यवस्था के क्षेत्रों में काफी साल बिताने के बाद, चार साल पहले, मैंने स्वयं को मानवी निर्बलता की सीमाओं पर काम करते हुए देखा. और मैं उन जगहों पर गई जहां… Continue reading

Bombs Away? Being Realistic about Deep Nuclear Reductions

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There are about 22,000 nuclear warheads in the world today. Reducing that number—eventually to zero—is a major element of U.S. President Barack Obama’s foreign policy. To date, his administration’s progress toward this goal… Continue reading

Redefining the Emerging Market Opportunity: Driving Growth through Financial Services Innovation

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Redefining the Emerging Market Opportunity: Driving Growth through Financial Services Innovation reveals how global competition in financial services has been transformed by the rapid growth of emerging economies, which are now the leading… Continue reading

Gulf Kaleidoscope: Reflections on the Iranian Challenge

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As the world works to prevent Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, there is widespread agreement on what failure looks like. It is an Iranian bomb—or, more likely, a number of Iranian bombs—that… Continue reading

Today 14 articles in deutsch,english,italiano,русский

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Dears Readers tags refresh for whom who not online when we have published today Here in Prosumerzen Ашер Хасан Послание мира из Пакистана India and the World: Short and Medium-Term Prospects by Dr.… Continue reading

India and the World: Short and Medium-Term Prospects by Dr. Pranab Mukherjee, Finance Minister of India

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Pranab Mukherjee, Finance Minister of India Chandrajit Banerjee, Confederation of Indian Industry Arvind Subramanian, Peterson Institute for International Economics C. Fred Bergsten, President Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC C. Fred Bergsten:… Continue reading

19-4-12 Books & Pubblications by Paolo Dealberti

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Dear Reader Today we start with „ Books & Publications“ with the aim to offer to you a premium selection of the most amazing works around the world. Three time per week we… Continue reading

Se Monti si fosse fermato in India… povera speculazione by Paolo Dealberti

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E´un peccato che il Professor Monti non abbia aggiunto l´India come tappa al suo viaggio in Asia. In India avrebbe avuto da tecnici qualificati due risposte tecniche degne di un tecnico sopraffino come… Continue reading

India to Tackle Deficit but No Fix Offered for Slowing Economy

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MUMBAI — India’s finance minister said Friday that the country would raise taxes and slow growth in spending in an effort to lower its swelling budget deficit, but analysts and investors said they… Continue reading

Budget 2012: Income tax exemption limit raised to Rs 2 lakh

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NEW DELHI: Giving some relief to tax payers, finance minister Pranab Mukherjee today proposed raising the income tax exemption limit for individuals to Rs 2 lakh per annum from Rs 1.80 lakh. Unveiling… Continue reading

The State of the World: Assessing China’s Strategy by George Friedman

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Simply put, China has three core strategic interests. Paramount among them is the maintenance of domestic security. Historically, when China involves itself in global trade, as it did in the 19th and early… Continue reading

(Premier Desk ) India: The state of the debt

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to download : http://finmin.nic.in/press_room/2012/govt_debt_status_report.pdf

(Premier Desk) India: India and ADB sign an agreement for US $200 million

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India and ADB sign an agreement for US $200 million ADB loan to support the provision of reliable, 24-hour electricity to rural households in Madhya Pradesh (125 KB) PDF at : http://finmin.nic.in/press_room/2012/India_ADB_signloan_MadhyaPradesh.pdf

(The 16) Dagong : Rating for Sri-Lanka

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to download : http://www.dagongcredit.com/dagongweb/english/pr/show.php?id=186&table=web_e_zxzx

(Quintessential) Real Instituto Elcano ( Spain): Towards a New International Order?

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The Economic Crisis and the Emerging Powers: Towards a New International Order? Robin Niblett 20/2/2012 [1]International order within a system of more or less sovereign states implies the absence of major conflict between… Continue reading